Picture Gallery: SeaFest returns to Cork

Picture Gallery: SeaFest returns to Cork
Pupils from Scoil Íosagáin, Farranree playing the Fuinneamh Drum at Seafest. SeaFest is at the Port of Cork until Sunday with over 100 free events taking place. Pictures Darragh Kane
Farrah and Seárlait Ní Shúilleabháin from Gael Scoil Duglais fishing plastic out of the water at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration. 
Farrah and Seárlait Ní Shúilleabháin from Gael Scoil Duglais fishing plastic out of the water at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration. 
Vicky Carolan, Gemma Williams and Lesley O'Brien from the parents commit Scoil Íosagain Farranree bringing music instruments for their kids performance at Seafest.
Vicky Carolan, Gemma Williams and Lesley O'Brien from the parents commit Scoil Íosagain Farranree bringing music instruments for their kids performance at Seafest.
Nathan Pabamo and Sam O'Connell from Glasheen Boys NS onboard the Celtic Explorer at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration. 
Nathan Pabamo and Sam O'Connell from Glasheen Boys NS onboard the Celtic Explorer at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration. 
Abraham Sabu and Rory McCarthy from Glasheen Boys NS at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration. 
Abraham Sabu and Rory McCarthy from Glasheen Boys NS at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration. 
Captain Denis Rowan talking to pupils from Glasheen Boys NS onboard the Celtic Explorer at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration. 
Captain Denis Rowan talking to pupils from Glasheen Boys NS onboard the Celtic Explorer at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration. 
Alice Broderick, Ballintemple NS enjoying some of the sealife educational stands at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration.
Alice Broderick, Ballintemple NS enjoying some of the sealife educational stands at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration.
Ryan Virak and CJ Barrett from Scoil Mhuire Glasheen at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration. 
Ryan Virak and CJ Barrett from Scoil Mhuire Glasheen at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration. 
Kevin Chan from Scoil Mhuire Fatama playing onstage at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration. 
Kevin Chan from Scoil Mhuire Fatama playing onstage at Seafest, Ireland’s largest free family-friendly maritime celebration. 

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